Last November we cruised south on the Grand Union past a major construction project. The A45 Daventry link road. This has meant a new bridge over the canal and railway. It meant night time closures over the winter to allow the work to progress.
This is what we saw as we approached in November
But when we returned this month, traveling north, they were still at work.
But as we rounded the corner we found a bridge
which was looking quite impressive
Plenty of clearance for the narrowboats
Of coure what we were really looking at was the glorious blue sky. Not sure what the timescale is for completion of the new road, but I’m sure the locals will be glad when it’s done. And I’ll be sure to post a follow up photo next time we cruise this way.
And after so much rain and miserable non cruising days we had the pleasure of being accompanied by Amy, our crew to see us through the Buckby flight of locks.